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Opera is a user-friendly, versatile,
and fast Internet/intranet browser that
also offers a newsreader and an email
program. The keyboard plays a more
integral role in surfing with this
browser, which can make moving
around the Web easy and fast. You
can run multiple windows, even at
start-up, and special features are
included for users with disabilities.
Opera offers an excellent web browser
alternative to Netscape and Internet Explorer. It
is much smaller and faster than Netscape or
Internet Explorer and will run well on older
systems like a 386SX that can't handle the big
Opera combines sophisticated and speedy web
browsing with Usenet newsgroups and simple
Although pretty simple, the mail and news
features will be extended and enhanced in the
future. This will then mean one small, fast, lean
and mean program for all your needs. And if you
are an advanced user with your own email and
newsreader, Opera links to all of them!
Opera is extremely small and very fast. It also
runs on older PCs; a 386SX with 8MB RAM is
already sufficient. Do you know what that really
means? The best possible protection of your
computer investment. Not really a big issue
when it's just a home PC, but if you are in a
corporation with hundreds and thousands of
PCs, using Opera translates into saving millions
on upgrade costs. And with the trend going
towards a NetPC, Opera might be your lifesaver.
Using Opera as a disabled user means being
able to access the Net quickly and efficiently.
Only Opera makes it possible to navigate with
one key only, bringing joy and happiness to
many thousands of visually or physically
handicapped friends all over the world.
plugins and multimedia are all included in a
small download package. This means access to
more websites, online banking and secure
transfers without additional modules, and more
diversity and versatility while browsing.
Obviously, all 'new features' can be switched off
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